The 24th Formation Evaluation Symposium Japan

The 24th Formation Evaluation Symposium Japan
The symposium will cover a wide area of Formation Evaluation, including Reservoir Characterization, Geophysics and Geomechanics applications, Methane Hydrates, Geothermal, Scientific Drilling, CO2 Geological Storage and New Tool / New Technology. Regardless of the recent international trend leaning toward renewable/clean energy, many analysts argue that fossil fuel still plays a major role in human activities over the next decades. Higher economic efficiency is, however, demanded in the oil industry under such level of oil price today. In the special session this year, “Complex Reservoirs”, JFES will provide an opportunity to discuss the reservoirs like volcanic, fracture, tight, and shale reservoirs, as they usually make it challenging and difficult to estimate their distribution and quality, and to forecast hydrocarbon volume and recovery from them. If technical risks and uncertainties are surmounted, the complex reservoirs become more accessible thus cost effective. Petrophysicists, geologists and engineers are welcome to attend the symposium and share your ideas to contribute to it.

The 24th Formation Evaluation Symposium of Japan
JOGMEC-TRC, Chiba   

October 11 - 12, 2018 


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Sponsored             by       Japan Formation Evaluation Society – A Chapter of SPWLA

                               Cosponsored         by       Technology & Research Center, Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation

                                           Supported             by       Japanese Association for Petroleum Technology

                                                                                   Society of Exploration Geophysicist of Japan

                                                                                   Geothermal Research Society of Japan

                                                                                   Society of Petroleum Engineers, Japan Section













10/11/2018 - 10/12/2018

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